CICB’s Basic Rigger Training program is specifically designed to upgrade the existing knowledge and skill levels of basic and trainee riggers. The absence of good rigging practices and lack of hands-on training contributes to a large percentage of material handling accidents.
The program focuses on determining the correct size and type of rigging equipment required to safely perform lifting operations. The information in this two-day program provided in the classroom is reinforced with hands-on application sessions with rigging gear at CICB’s Houston and Orlando training facilities, at other scheduled locations through the United States, or at your site. All personnel attending this program will gain significant and useful rigging techniques and skills and will leave with a broader understanding and appreciation of the requirements and responsibilities of Riggers.
For on-site training at your facilities with your equipment, call us at 800-327-1386 or find out more about on-site Basic Rigger Training.
You will benefit from learning about:
- Applicable OSHA & ANSI/ASME Regulations and Standards
- Proper Sling and Rigging Hardware Selections
- Basic Math Applications
- Weight Calculations
- Center of Gravity Determinations
- Stress Dynamics in Wire rope
- Effect of Sling Angles
- Sling, Rigging & Hardware Inspection
- Proper Hitch Selection and Applications
- Documentation Requirements
- Rigging Accidents – Causes and Prevention
- Proper Crane Set-up
- Basic Load Chart Interpretation
- Crane Dynamics
See here for our Ultimate Guide to Rigging Training
Qualified Rigger requirements of OSHA standard Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction, as specified in 29 CFR 1926.1401, 1925.1404, and 1926.1425.
These provisions are effective as of November 8, 2010
When is a qualified Rigger required?
Employers must use qualified Riggers during hoisting activities for assembly and disassembly work (1926.1404(r)(1)). Additionally, qualified Rigger are required whenever workers are within the fall zone and hooking, unhooking, or guiding a load, or doing the initial connection of a load to a component or structure (1926.1425(c)).
Who can be a qualified Rigger?
A qualified Rigger is a Rigger who meets the criteria for a qualified person. Employers must determine whether a person is qualified to perform specific rigging tasks. Each qualified Rigger may have different credential or experience. A qualified Rigger is a person that:
- Possesses a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or
- has extensive knowledge, training, and experience, and
- can successfully demonstrate the ability to solve problems related to rigging loads.
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